Programs

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PROGRAMS

The Evanston North Shore Bird Club presents programs every fourth Tuesday of the month, September through April (no December program) at 7:30 p.m. 

For general information about ENSBC, or directions to Program nights, call Libby Hill at 847-475-2096  or email info@ensbc.org.

September, October and November 2020 programs will be on Zoom. 

ONLINE PARTICIPATION INSTRUCTIONS

You must install the Zoom application (Zoom Client for Meetings) on your computer. We strongly recommend doing this well before the events!

 

How to download Zoom on your PC

Open your computer's internet browser and navigate to the Zoom website at Zoom.us.

Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click "Download" in the web page's footer.

On the Download Center page, click "Download" under the "Zoom Client for Meetings" section.

The Zoom app will then begin downloading.

 

We will be emailing the link for the program shortly before each event. You must be an  ENSBC member to receive the link.  

 

According to Zoom regulations, when you click the link to the program, you will be admitted to a "waiting room," and will be admitted to the meeting.  You will be able to log in starting at 7 pm; programs will begin at 7:30 pm.

 

Questions? Tech support BEFORE the event? Test drive? Please call Libby Hill, 847-475-2096.  Support is available before 4PM on the day of the event.

PROGRAM: “Wildlife Wonders of Brazil's Pantanal.” Josh Engel,

Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Brazil’s Pantanal is home to both an enormous diversity of birds and one of the densest concentrations of large mammals anywhere in the Americas. Although it is often considered to be the world’s largest wetland, it is in reality a vast mosaic of wetlands, grassland, and lush forest. On his 2019 tour of the Pantanal and Iguaçu Falls with members of the Bird Club, Red Hill Birding’s Josh Engel and trip participants tallied 340 bird species (including top five favorites Hyacinth Macaw, Pale-crested Woodpecker, Agami Heron, Helmeted Manakin, and a tie between Sunbittern and Guira Cuckoo) and 22 mammals (including multiple views of Jaguar). Josh will share highlights of that magical experience and talk about the birds and wildlife of the Pantanal and surrounding areas.

Zoom instructions and an invitation will be sent out to members of ENSBC.